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Mechanical

Examinations are required for certification in all types of licenses marked by an asterisk (*).

Air Conditioning Limited*

Air Conditioning Contractor (limited) is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to

  • install, repair, alter, or extend any system of air conditioning and warm air heating and ventilation in connection therewith,
    • of a size not exceeding fifteen (15) tons in any type of building providing the total conditioning load in any common area does not exceed fifteen (15) tons,
  • including any or all duct systems necessary to make complete an air conditioning system, and
  • including the installation of a condensate drain from such an air conditioning unit to an existing safe waste or other approved disposal other than a direct connection to a sanitary disposal system;
  • provided that boiler and unfired pressure vessels shall not be part of the scope of work.
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Air Conditioning Unlimited*

Air Conditioning Contractor (unlimited) is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to

  • install, repair, alter, add to or change any system of air conditioning, heating and ventilating, unlimited in horsepower or tons,
  • including any or all duct systems necessary to make complete an air conditioning system and
  • including the installation of a condensate drain from an air conditioning unit to an existing safe waste or other approved disposal other than a direct connection to a sanitary disposal system;
  • provided that boilers or unfired pressure vessels shall not be a part of the scope of work.
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Journeyman Air Conditioning*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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Ammonia Refrigeration*

Ammonia Refrigeration Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor, qualified and certified to install, maintain, repair, alter or extend any system of refrigeration using ammonia as a refrigerant including all appliances and appurtenances thereto.

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Elevator Maintenance & Service*

Elevator Maintenance and Service Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to maintain and service any elevator, dumbwaiter or escalator; provided, however, transporting assemblies, as defined by the South Florida Building Code, shall not be a part of the scope of such work.

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Fire Sprinkler Journeyman*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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Gasoline Tank & Pump*

Gasoline Tank and Pump Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to

  • install, maintain, repair, alter or extend any system used for storing and dispensing of gasoline, kerosene, diesel oils and similar liquid hydrocarbon fuels or
  • mixtures to be used solely in connection with gasoline filling stations dispensing fuel to mobile vehicles or marine equipment;
  • provided, however, bulk plants shall not be a part of the scope of such work.
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Journeyman Gasoline Tank & Pump*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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General Mechanical*

Mechanical Contractor is a contractor whose contracting business consists of the execution of contracts requiring the experience, financial means, knowledge and skill to perform the following:

  • install, maintain, repair, alter or extend air conditioning, refrigeration, heating, ventilating, boiler and unfired pressure vessel systems, and all appurtenances, apparatus or equipment used in connection therewith;
  • also, piping, duct work, insulation of pipes, vessels and ducts, pressure and process piping,
  • installation of chilled water lines and related work incidental thereto,
  • pneumatic control piping,
  • gasoline tank and pump installations, piping for gasoline tank and pump installations,
  • fire sprinkler systems and standpipes, air piping, vacuum line piping, oxygen lines, nitrous oxide piping, ink and chemical lines, fuel transmission lines,
  • mechanical sections of sewage disposal and water treatment plants and
  • installing a condensate drain from an air conditioning unit to an existing safe waste or other approved disposal other than a direct connection to a sanitary system,
  • all in such a manner as to comply with all plans, specifications, codes, laws and regulations applicable.

Such contractor shall have as qualifying agent a general mechanical master.

The scope of work of such contractor shall also include any excavation work incidental thereto, but shall not include any work specified in this chapter as being the work of any other trade or contractor, such as but not limited to liquefied petroleum or natural gas fuel lines within buildings, potable water lines, or connections thereto, sanitary sewer lines, swimming pool piping and filters and electrical work.

The scope of the work of such a contractor shall also include the work of a specialty mechanical contractor, except for elevator and transporting assembly installations; and if there is work incidental to such contractor's authorized scope of work to be performed pursuant to contract for which such contractor does not hold a certificate of competency, such work shall be subcontracted to a qualified contractor in the trade concerned.

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Journeyman General Mechanical*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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Heating*

Heating Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor, qualified and certified to

  • install, maintain, repair, alter, add to or change systems of heating, whether by water, steam or hot air furnaces and
  • all appurtenances and duct work used in conjunction therewith.
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Journeyman Heating*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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Insulation*

Insulation Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to

  • install, maintain, repair, alter or extend any insulation primarily installed to prevent loss or gain of heat from internal or external sources in pipes, vessels, ducts or in built-up refrigerated boxes or rooms, and
  • such installations to include any protective coating thereof involved with insulation.
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Journeyman Insulation*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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Pneumatic Control Piping*

Pneumatic Control Piping Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to

  • install, maintain, repair, alter or extend any system used for the purpose of controlling various instruments, valves, damper motors, controllers, and similar paraphernalia through pneumatic lines of size and strength required for the duty performed.
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Journeyman Pneumatic Control Piping*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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Pneumatic Tube Conveyor System

Pneumatic Tube Conveyor System Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to

  • install, maintain, repair, alter or extend any pneumatic tube conveyor system used for conveying carriers by vacuum or air pressure methods,
  • including any piping, tubing, pumps, apparatus and appurtenances used in connection with such system.

Experience requirement as a prerequisite to issuance of certificate of competency shall be proof of three (3) years in the scope of work as herein defined.

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Pressure & Process Piping*

Pressure and Process Piping Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to

  • install, maintain, repair, alter or extend any systems of piping, tubing, vessels, containers, pumps, apparatus, and appurtenances,
  • in connection with such pressure piping used for circulation, transporting, holding or processing of any gas, vapor, fluid, liquid, semi-liquid or any combination thereof;
  • provided, however, that boilers, boiler piping, as defined by the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (1965) of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, piping used to convey potable water, sanitary sewage, liquefied petroleum, manufactured or natural gas or refrigeration, air conditioning, and comfort heating piping shall not be a part of the scope of such work.
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Journeyman Pressure & Process Piping*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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Refrigeration Limited*

Refrigeration Contractor (limited) is a mechanical contractor, qualified and certified to install, maintain, repair or alter

  • any system of refrigeration not exceeding five (5) horsepower, self-contained or with remote compressor, where such refrigeration system is for the purpose of food preservation and/or processing, other than human-comfort refrigeration systems.

The scope of work of a refrigeration contractor (limited) shall be limited to refrigeration systems using Group I refrigerants only.

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Refrigeration Unlimited*

Refrigeration Contractor (unlimited) is a mechanical contractor qualified and certified to install, maintain, repair or alter

  • any system of refrigeration unlimited to tons or horsepower, provided, however, that
  • such refrigeration is intended to be used for the purpose of food and product preservation and/or processing and is not to be used for comfort systems; and
  • further provided that this scope of work does not include ammonia refrigeration systems.
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Journeyman Refrigeration*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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Refrigeration & Air Conditioning*

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to install, repair, alter, add to or change any

  • system of refrigeration, air conditioning, heating and ventilating, unlimited in horsepower or tons,
  • including any or all duct systems necessary to make complete a refrigeration or air conditioning system and
  • including the installation of a condensate drain from an air conditioning unit to an existing safe waste or other approved disposal other than a direct connection to a sanitary disposal system;
  • provided, however, ammonia refrigeration, boilers or unfired vessels shall not be a part of the scope of such work.
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Room Air Conditioning*

Room Air Conditioning Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to install, service and repair any

  • air conditioning unit consisting of and limited to a package unit, completely self-contained, air-cooled, usually called a room unit and
    • not to exceed three (3) tons and attached to electric power only by the method of a plug-in receptacle.
    • This unit, factory wired and supported only by window or wall supports, shall not have any duct work attached or any method of air distribution other than the unit's factory installed grill;
  • provided that installation of any condensate drain or drains to the outside of the unit is not included in this work.
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Journeyman Room Air Conditioning*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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Sheet Metal*

Sheet Metal Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to

  • manufacture, assemble, cast, cut, shape, stamp, forge, fabricate, weld, repair, recondition, adjust and install sheet and rolled metal of any kind or combination and
  • all other materials used in lieu thereof, and
  • including all airveyor systems and air handling systems regardless of materials used including all equipment and all reinforcements in connection therewith.
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Journeyman Sheet Metal*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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Steam Generator Boilers & Piping*

Steam Generating Boiler and Boiler Piping Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified to

  • install, maintain, repair and service steam boilers and boiler piping,
  • including the boiler auxiliary equipment, controls and steam actuated machinery
    • such as, but not limited to, engines, pumps, prime movers, pressing machinery, and dryer rolls,
    • but excluding comfort heating systems.
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Journeyman Steam Generator Boilers & Piping*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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Transporting Assembly Install*

Transporting Assembly Installation Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to install, maintain, alter and extend any transporting assembly, as defined by the South Florida Building Code.

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Transporting Assembly Maintenance & Service*

Transporting Assembly Maintenance and Service Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified to maintain and service transporting assemblies as defined by the South Florida Building Code.

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Warm Air Heating*

Warm Air Heating Contractor is a specialty mechanical contractor qualified and certified to install, maintain, repair or alter a system of warm air furnace heating and all appliances and appurtenances in connection therewith, including duct work, vents and flue connections.

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Journeyman Warm Air Heating*

The term Journeyman shall mean any person who possesses the required skill, knowledge and experience, as evidenced by three (3) years' proven experience in the trade or craft, or education equivalent thereto, or a combination thereof, but not more than one-half (1/2) of such experience may be education equivalent, and who has passed an examination in his or her particular trade or craft and possesses a valid certificate of competency as a journeyman in such trade or craft.

There shall be at least one (1) journeyman for every three (3) trainees on each construction or installation job site for which a permit is required, and which involves a trade in which journeyman are required and certified.

It shall be the responsibility of the employing contractor, and the qualifying agent, to provide journeymen on each job site in accordance with this section, and failure to do so shall be a violation of this chapter, subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

In addition, any work in the trade concerned on any such job site wherein journeymen are not provided in accordance with this section shall be stopped by the enforcing agency or administrative agency concerned until journeymen are so provided.

Further, any person working at a trade which requires journeymen on the job site where no journeyman or master in the trade concerned is present shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein, and provided under Section 1-5 of this Code.

A journeyman may only work in the employ of a contractor holding a certificate of competency in the field in which the journeyman is certified. Journeymen shall be required in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical trades. Journeymen are required to earn continuing education credit during each term the personal certificate of competency is valid as established in this chapter and as required by the board through written rules or regulations commencing October 1, 1995.

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